from The Century Dictionary.
- In a confidential manner; in reliance on secrecy: as, to tell a person something confidentially.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adverb In confidence; in reliance on secrecy.
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- adverb In a
Spokenof in a privatemanner.
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- adverb in a confidential manner
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Also, they are worried about regulators 'ability to maintain confidentially of any trade secrets divulged, according to testimony that insurers and trade groups have submitted in advance.
(Leans in confidentially) "And we all know about the blood sacrifices the Mayans made to their heathen gods ... now that's good cinema just waiting to happen!"
If you are interested in this vacancy then please apply today to Penny Lilley - firstname.lastname@example.org or call confidentially on 0113 380 1645.
It was to bring people aware that they could call confidentially on crimes.
The pages are nearly all newspaper articles, but one internal FBI document informed Hoover of the accident and says the police chief in Edgartown, Mass., "confidentially" advised that Kennedy was the driver.
Pelosi, Rockefeller, and several other congressmen "confidentially" expressed concern but did nothing.
Have private dinners with each one, dismiss your assistants so you can talk 'confidentially'.
But he lacks one thing and that is complete control within City Hall which could ultimately send him to the dunce's chair whispers confidentially which is currently occupied by one Mr. Meat.
"The fact is," confidentially, "I may not look it but I am a good deal of a tenderfoot."
They're like the 'Piscopals in more ways' n one; both hates to be disturbed, both likes some shade, an '"-- confidentially --" both air pretty pernickity.